2019 FIAT 124 Spider Abarth

What’s new

  • The Fiat 124 Spider is unchanged for 2019
  • Part of the 124 Spider generation introduced for 2017

Pros & Cons

  • Nimble, lively handling
  • Excellent brake and steering feel
  • Fast and easy-to-use convertible top
  • Abarth trim's sporty experience punches above its weight class
  • Frustrating, underperforming automatic transmission
  • Cramped interior and limited cargo space
  • Loud, rough ride, especially on freeways
  • Problematic seating adjustments for taller drivers
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Which 124 Spider does Edmunds recommend?

More likely than not, if you're considering a Fiat 124 Spider, you're seeking more performance and engagement than the typical car. For that reason, we recommend the Abarth. It benefits from more athletic handling characteristics and upgraded brakes without a big jump in price from the midrange Lusso trim. No matter which model you choose, we would avoid the automatic transmission. The manual is supremely better and is probably one of the easiest to learn how to drive a stick shift, too.

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Overall rating

6.8 / 10

The original Fiat 124 had all the charm of its rivals from an era that included Alfa Romeo, Lotus, MG and Triumph. They all delivered the classic roadster charm of open-top motoring in a small two-seater. Like its contemporaries, the 124 was also plagued with mechanical gremlins, and when it came to comfort and convenience, it was only a step up from bicycling.

Fast forward to the present day and the recently revived Fiat 124 Spider keeps its charm and minimizes its drawbacks. Much of this has to do with its Japanese DNA. Under the nouveau-retro bodywork are the same underpinnings as the Mazda MX-5 Miata. Fiat does use its own engine and transmission, however, along with unique suspension tuning. For most drivers, the differences in driving dynamics are negligible. That leaves the decision to personal preferences and aesthetics.

Within the Fiat 124 lineup, you have three flavors to choose from: the basic Classica trim, the Lusso with more creature comforts, and the athletic Abarth. They're all fun to drive and engaging, but they're also all limited on passenger and cargo space, have a rough ride, and larger drivers will likely find the seats and cabin in general confining. We're also not fans of the automatic transmission. The manual is not only the best pick for the 124, but it's also one of the best in any class.

If the benefits outweigh the drawbacks for you, either the Miata or the Fiat 124 Spider will keep you happy. Otherwise, we suggest checking out other convertibles such as the Chevy Camaro, the Ford Mustang and the Mini Cooper S.

2019 FIAT 124 Spider models

The 2019 Fiat 124 Spider is available in three trim levels: the relatively bare-bones Classica, the more comprehensively equipped Lusso and the aggressive Abarth. All three trims are powered by a turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine. It produces 160 horsepower in Classica and Lusso trims and 164 hp in the Abarth, and 184 pound-feet of torque in all three. Power goes to the rear wheels through either a standard six-speed manual transmission or an optional six-speed automatic.

The Fiat's base Classica trim comes standard with 16-inch wheels, air conditioning, keyless entry, push-button start, a rearview camera, a height-adjustable driver's seat, a tilt-only leather-wrapped steering wheel, Bluetooth, and a four-speaker sound system with a 3-inch display screen. The Technology Group adds proximity entry and satellite radio. The Urbana Edition adds to the Classica special 17-inch black wheels, foglights, leather and microfiber upholstery, piano black exterior accents, matte gray interior accents, upgraded interior surfaces, and satellite radio.

Moving up to the Lusso trim gets you 17-inch wheels, automatic headlights, foglights, automatic windshield wipers, automatic climate control, leather upholstery, heated seats, the same upgraded interior surfaces found in the Urbana Edition, the Technology Group features, and the Mazda-sourced 7-inch infotainment system.

The Fiat 124 Spider Abarth adds to the Lusso's content a performance-tuned suspension and a limited-slip differential, along with a driving mode selector with Sport and Normal modes, leather and microfiber upholstery, a sport steering wheel, and a handful of unique interior and exterior styling cues. Notable Abarth-specific options include Brembo performance brakes and Recaro sport seats featuring a leather and simulated suede upholstery.

Fiat offers several packages for the Lusso and Abarth. The Convenience Group adds blind-spot and rear cross-traffic warning systems, rear parking sensors, auto-dimming mirrors, and a security alarm. The Navigation & Sound Group adds integrated navigation to the 7-inch infotainment system and a 9-speaker Bose sound system. The Visibility Group adds adaptive LED headlights with washers and LED running lamps.

Trim tested

Each vehicle typically comes in multiple versions that are fundamentally similar. The ratings in this review are based on our full test of the Fiat 124 Spider Abarth (turbo 1.4L inline-4 | 6-speed automatic | RWD).

NOTE: Since this test was conducted in 2017, the current 124 Spider has received some revisions to the distribution of options in its packages. Our findings remain applicable to this year's 124 Spider.


Overall6.8 / 10


This nimble convertible is a delight on winding roads, where its small size and weight come together with the excellent handling, easy gearbox, high-revving engine and communicative steering to make for a unique experience. The small engine is less thrilling in day-to-day driving.


The tiny motor is lively and feels strong when high in the rev range, but it doesn't make much power down low. You'll be caught flat-footed if you're not paying attention. In Sport mode the throttle response is delightfully sharp. Our tested 0-60 mph time of 7 seconds shows that it is acceptably quick, but it's no muscle car.


The optional Brembo brakes are worth it for their feel alone. The pedal is firm and communicative, and the braking force is easy to modulate. Hard stops bring on antilock braking early, but the car stays straight and stable. Our measured 111-foot stopping distance from 60 mph is unexceptional for a sports car.


The steering is quick and precise and offers good feel. Weighting is lighter than in many sports cars, but it's good for something so small and maneuverable. The on-center feel is good, which is a plus because the only real downside is that the steering can feel darty at freeway speeds.


This is a poised little car that's a blast to put through twists and turns. It stays flat and changes directions without hesitation. Traction control isn't intrusive, and with it turned off, the car communicates its limits and recovers smartly.


The manual shifter is light and accurate, even though in our tester there was a little play in the lever. The pedal placement and clutch feel are good, with clear engagement that makes smooth shifts easy. Unfortunately, the small engine bogs down readily, so quick starts can be difficult to manage smoothly.


Comfort isn't the 124 Abarth's strength. The cramped confines and tight seats won't fit everyone, the cabin is noisy with the top up, and the ride is tuned for handling, not comfort. Fortunately the climate control is up to the task of regulating the 124's interior, even on hot days.

Seat comfort

These seats are quite narrow for many drivers. For larger drivers, the bolsters are prominent enough to be uncomfortable but not big enough to effectively hold you in place. There's no lumbar support to speak of, and the headrests with integrated speakers are uncomfortably hard.

Ride comfort

The Abarth's handling comes at the cost of compliance, and the ride borders on harsh. It's more forgiving compared to some high-performance cars, but expect to feel every imperfection and to be jarred by larger bumps. Stretches of uneven freeway can start to feel like an endurance test.

Noise & vibration

Wind noise with the top down is well controlled below 50 mph. With the top up, engine noise is almost always intrusive. The mechanical noise is fun during spirited driving, but it never goes away. The engine drones at freeway speeds, but at least it covers the copious wind and tire noise.

Climate control

The knob controls are straightforward and make switching between automatic and manual modes easy, though temperature selection isn't really graduated. The system can combat even high heat but works hard to do it. Having only three vents can add frustration when driving with a passenger on hot days.


Some buyers will value the 124's diminutive stature, but there's no getting around the fact that such a small car forces compromises in terms of seat adjustability and entering and exiting. As a convertible, it also has some visibility issues, but the manual top is exceptionally easy to use.

Ease of use

This car's small size brings all of the controls within easy reach. Drivers with long arms will find the infotainment system’s control knob placement awkward, especially when the removable cupholders are in place. Its few controls are clearly marked and easy to understand.

Getting in/getting out

The door is long enough, but the tall, wide sill and low roof with the top up create some problems. Taller drivers and passengers will just about fold themselves in half to get in or out. The experience is about average for such a low-slung convertible sports car.

Driving position

The seatback must be upright for the seat to slide fully aft, so tall drivers must choose between having legroom or reclining. Beyond that frustration, the driving position is appropriate, with the seat set low in the car. More adjustments might be nice, but there's no room for them in the cramped space.


The 124 is tiny, and it feels tiny inside. There isn't much lateral legroom or elbow and shoulder room. The low, thick windscreen frame adds to the claustrophobic feeling, even with the top down. The transmission tunnel takes up passenger-side floor space, making for a cramped experience.


Forward visibility is good, and the rearview mirror visibility is better than average for this type of car thanks to the low, sloping rear deck. Rear three-quarter visibility is laughably bad with the top up, and the side mirrors are quite small, so blind-spot monitoring is a helpful extra.


There's a mishmash of Mazda and Fiat parts in the cabin, so it doesn't feel all that cohesive. The sense of quality is a bit hit-or-miss: Soft-touch surfaces mix with flimsy-feeling plastics, and some pieces (notably in our tester, the rear folding-top release handle) felt looser than we'd like.

Convertible top

The manual top is easy and straightforward to operate. It can be opened and closed very quickly, and it requires only mild contortions to reach. Taller drivers should exercise some caution. If they lean too far outboard, they'll find their skulls in the path of the upper side-window frame.


You can't expect much utility from a tiny two-seat convertible, and the 124 certainly doesn't deliver much. A weekend trip for two is about the most this car can handle. Other convertibles might offer more practicality, but that typically comes at the cost of size, weight and nimbleness.

Small-item storage

The tiny armrest box is just enough for a wallet and keys, and there's a cubby for a phone in the center console. The "glovebox" behind and between the seats, while big enough for a purse, is difficult to access, and it's blocked if you're keeping something in the removable cupholders.

Cargo space

The trunk is minuscule, with a small opening that's flat in the rear deck. Fortunately, the car is low to the ground, which keeps the liftover height from being overly problematic. Two soft overnight bags will fit, but don't pack much more than that.


The 124's infotainment system — sourced from Mazda — is easy-to-use with a good knob-based interface. It offers the features you'd expect, with the biggest omission Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. Driver aids are optional, and there are only a few.

Smartphone integration

Bluetooth is easy to connect and works well, including displaying incoming messages — although it will only recognize one message and one email app, at least with an Android phone. There's no Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, but two USB ports mean the passenger and driver can each charge a device.

Driver aids

Optional blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert are welcome additions, offsetting the small side mirrors and poor top-up visibility. The rearview camera makes it easy to take advantage of the 124's small size in tight spaces.

Voice control

The Mazda-sourced system does a reasonable job interpreting commands and offering helpful prompts. It's capable of entering navigation destinations and finding points of interest. Still, only a limited set of functions are available, and there's no Google or Siri compatibility.

Consumer reviews

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Average user rating: 4.5 stars based on 10 total reviews

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Most helpful consumer reviews

5 out of 5 stars, Takes me back to Italy
Joe R.,
Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M)

This Fiat is actually 70% Mazda Miata. The 30% that Fiat has added is, in my estimation, pure Italian perfection. The head-turning body styling screams "Forza Italia!!!" and the convertible is actually well insulated and easy to operate. The acceleration, while not jarring, is brisk especially when in "Sport Mode". And quite frankly, when the top is down, I really don't want to go too fast because I like to be seen in it. And the Abarth trim exhaust has a wonderful throaty sound to it. The Brembo brake option is wonderful. The Navigation option includes the Bose audio system and the headrest speakers; I'm glad chose it. The vehicle is very tight for a convertible, especially at this price, and the ride very comfortable. The 70% base Mazda gives me the feeling of reliability and craftsmanship and the 30% Fiat has added speaks to me of class, refinement and sexiness. And that for me is a perfect combination. Bravisimo!

5 out of 5 stars, Loving my cool little sports car
Lisa Lynne,
Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M)

It is really small! Somehow after you start driving it is irrelevant because its fun. People ask what is that car? Disbelief on their faces when told a Fiat. I have a white one with a wide black stripe and red and black seats. I liked the peppy feel and sound of Abarth and got a leftover 2018 with 19 miles on it fully loaded. It's not super posh but it has most things my last car, an infinity g37 had, except power seats and power hardtop. The Bose sound system is so much fun and loud enough cruising down the road with the top down. I find the wind to be just right and just drove a 400 mile road trip from siesta key to my daughter's college in pure happiness. If you want something fun to drive, enjoy turning heads, driving something different from most cars driving by for a surprisingly fair price take one out for a test drive.

5 out of 5 stars, I love this car!
Jackson C.,
Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M)

We have an old Fiat 124 and always wanted a new one if they made one again. What a great car this is. it is peppy and agile. It holds the road like nobody’s business. It have a great manual transmission and is a joy to drive. It is also just beautiful to look at. It is a fitting heir to our old 124. You will have a hard time finding a better roadster for the money!

5 out of 5 stars, A 1000 miles in
Mr Flores,
Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M)

So far I driven up Angeles Crest Hwy , awesome, over the grapevine during hi winds , very quiet inside ( nice surprise) I hit a brick at about 70mph the brick rolled under bouncing loudly, looked under car and found there is a skid plate, no damage done , we bonded ( the car and I )

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Features & Specs

Abarth 2dr Convertible features & specs
Abarth 2dr Convertible
1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M
MPG 26 city / 35 hwy
SeatingSeats 2
Transmission6-speed manual
Horsepower164 hp @ 5500 rpm
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Our experts’ favorite 124 Spider safety features:

Enhanced Accident Response System
Cuts off fuel to the engine, unlocks doors, flashes hazard lights, and turns on interior lights in the event of an accident.
Blind-Spot Monitoring
Alerts you to other vehicles that are lurking in your blind spots.
Rear Cross-Traffic Alert
Warns you of oncoming perpendicular traffic when reversing out of a parking space or driveway.

Fiat 124 Spider vs. the competition

Fiat 124 Spider vs. Mini Convertible

In terms of performance figures, the Mini Cooper S and the Fiat 124 are very similar. They're both lively and fun, but the front-wheel-drive Mini will lack the traditional feel of the rear-wheel-drive Fiat. Both also have plenty of retro appeal since they're reboots of beloved classics, but the Mini is quite a bit more kitschy. The Mini's rear seats may be an enticement, but they're too small for most passengers and better suited to handling trunk overflow.

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Fiat 124 Spider vs. Ford Mustang

These are two wildly different themes on the same convertible subject. The Fiat relies on its light weight while the Ford makes up for its heft with more power. The Mustang is far more convenient, with a more usable trunk, almost habitable rear seats and a lot more features overall. When it comes to personality, the Fiat 124 has a strong styling tie to the original, while the Mustang is an evolution over 50 years.

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Fiat 124 Spider vs. Mazda MX-5 Miata

This isn't an apples-to-oranges comparison but rather a mandarin oranges-to-tangerines comparison. The Fiat 124 is essentially the same as the Miata on which it is based. Sure, there are some minor differences here and there, but you're pretty much getting the same car. Styling will probably have to be the deciding factor, with a more substantial look from the Fiat compared to the Miata's sleeker and trimmed-down appearance.

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Is the FIAT 124 Spider a good car?

The Edmunds experts tested the 2019 124 Spider both on the road and at the track, giving it a 6.8 out of 10. You probably care about FIAT 124 Spider fuel economy, so it's important to know that the 124 Spider gets an EPA-estimated 30 mpg. What about cargo capacity? When you're thinking about carrying stuff in your new car, keep in mind that the 124 Spider has 4.9 cubic feet of trunk space. And then there's safety and reliability. Edmunds has all the latest NHTSA and IIHS crash-test scores, plus industry-leading expert and consumer reviews to help you understand what it's like to own and maintain a FIAT 124 Spider. Learn more

What's new in the 2019 FIAT 124 Spider?

According to Edmunds’ car experts, here’s what’s new for the 2019 FIAT 124 Spider:

  • The Fiat 124 Spider is unchanged for 2019
  • Part of the 124 Spider generation introduced for 2017
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Is the FIAT 124 Spider reliable?

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Is the 2019 FIAT 124 Spider a good car?

There's a lot to consider if you're wondering whether the 2019 FIAT 124 Spider is a good car. Edmunds' expert testing team reviewed the 2019 124 Spider and gave it a 6.8 out of 10. Safety scores, fuel economy, cargo capacity and feature availability should all be factors in determining whether the 2019 124 Spider is a good car for you. Learn more

How much should I pay for a 2019 FIAT 124 Spider?

The least-expensive 2019 FIAT 124 Spider is the 2019 FIAT 124 Spider Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M). Including destination charge, it arrives with a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of about $29,290.

Other versions include:

  • Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M) which starts at $29,290
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What are the different models of FIAT 124 Spider?

If you're interested in the FIAT 124 Spider, the next question is, which 124 Spider model is right for you? 124 Spider variants include Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M). For a full list of 124 Spider models, check out Edmunds’ Features & Specs page. Learn more

More about the 2019 FIAT 124 Spider

The 2019 Fiat 124 Spider convertible delivers fun-in-the-sun driving and Italian heritage at a price that's quite reasonable.

The diminutive 124 Spider drop-top is based on Mazda's nearly 30-year-strong paean to small roadsters of yore, the MX-5 Miata. But Fiat didn't just slap a body kit on the Miata and call it a day. The 124 Spider receives a turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder Fiat engine that makes more power than Mazda's 1.6-liter unit: 160 horsepower (164 hp in Abarth trim) and 184 pound-feet of torque.

In true sports-car fashion, Fiat made all 124 Spider trims rear-wheel-drive, with a slick six-speed manual transmission as standard equipment. A six-speed automatic is an option.

While the Fiat 124 Spider's compact size is certainly part of its appeal — being small and lightweight makes the Fiat feel exceptionally nimble — it is also the cause of some of its biggest compromises. There's little interior room and even less cargo space. Still, buyers may find they're willing to accept those limitations in exchange for the 124's unique driving experience.

The 124 Spider comes in three trim levels: Classica, Lusso and Abarth. The Classica is pretty bare-bones, offering niceties such as keyless entry and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shifter knob, along with air conditioning, cloth seats, and a basic stereo with Bluetooth and a 3-inch display screen. Only one package is available, and it adds a rearview camera, rear parking sensors, and an upgraded infotainment system with a 7-inch screen and satellite radio capability.

Fiat offers the Lusso trim as a sort of luxury variant, with leather seats and automatic climate control, along with the 7-inch infotainment system. For 2018, the Lusso's option packages were rearranged to give buyers more choices. Packages include a nine-speaker Bose stereo, upgrades to adaptive LED headlights, and safety features such as blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic alert.

The 124 Abarth is the sportiest version of the 124 Spider lineup, coming standard with a sport suspension and a limited-slip differential, along with unique styling cues both inside and out. It can be upgraded with Brembo brakes, simulated suede seats, and many of the same luxuries and amenities as the Lusso. The Abarth trim, in particular, is an absolute blast to drive if buyers decide they can live with the harsh ride.

Make sure to read Edmunds' full rating and review for more information, and take advantage of our shopping tools to find the best deal on a 2019 Fiat 124 Spider near you

2019 FIAT 124 Spider Abarth Overview

The 2019 FIAT 124 Spider Abarth is offered in the following styles: Abarth 2dr Convertible (1.4L 4cyl Turbo 6M).

What do people think of the 2019 FIAT 124 Spider Abarth?

Consumer ratings and reviews are also available for the 2019 FIAT 124 Spider Abarth and all its trim types. Overall, Edmunds users rate the 2019 124 Spider Abarth 4.5 on a scale of 1 to 5 stars. Edmunds consumer reviews allow users to sift through aggregated consumer reviews to understand what other drivers are saying about any vehicle in our database. Detailed rating breakdowns (including performance, comfort, value, interior, exterior design, build quality, and reliability) are available as well to provide shoppers with a comprehensive understanding of why customers like the 2019 124 Spider Abarth.

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